Devire has researched the needs and expectations of IT employees in the labor market and the HR representatives working with them. The latest report, ’The Polish IT Job Market in 2023 HR Challenges – IT Expectations’ provides a detailed analysis of the effectiveness of HR departments in managing the IT employee experience, as well as a picture of the Polish IT industry in 2022.
A quantitative survey of 544 respondents, as well as qualitative data collected from internal and external sources, allowed Devire’s experts to delve deeper into issues related to the latest trends in the IT labor market in 2022, highlighting the main challenges facing the IT industry and trends for next year. The report also includes comments from experts in both the HR, recruitment and IT fields.
„I am proud that Devire is looking to actively shape the labour market by sharing our observations in the report The Polish IT Job Market in 2023. HR Challenges – IT Expectations. The experiences of our experts, acquired over the course of several thousand recruitment processes, carried out in partnership with a hundred businesses in 2022, has allowed us to present this picture of the Polish IT job market. In these times of dynamic market changes, knowledge is invaluable for maintaining competitiveness and being able to make the right decisions. In this report, we look at the current expectations of IT employees and how these expectations are perceived by HR departments. I trust that the report will prove to be a substantive guide in what is a period of adaptation to the new reality of the labour market.” Michał Młynarczyk, CEO Devire Group
Among the most interesting data, it can be noted, for example, that a raise of at least 51% of the current salary is a factor for almost one in five IT experts that would convince them to change jobs. As many as 56% of surveyed IT workers are not actively looking for a job, but are open to suggestions. Among surveyed IT workers working remotely, as many as 76% would rather quit their jobs than return to the office. In addition, you will find in the report, among other things, a summary of HR and IT expectations on the issues of benefits and initiatives, the effectiveness of counteroffers and preferred work models.
The main trends forecast by experts in the IT labor market detailed in the report ’The Polish IT Job Market in 2023 HR Challenges – IT Expectations’ are:
– A desire for higher wages for fewer hours
– Preference for working from home and getting paid in foreign currencies (euros, dollars)
– Returning from remote work to the office is possible, but only on IT employees terms
– Increasingly significant in the workplace is meeting the need for stability and participation.
’The Polish IT Job Market in 2023′ report is a must-read for HR and IT professionals about the most important needs of employees and focus on the challenges that the sector is set to face in the near future. It is available in both Polish and English version.